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Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature

See Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature, featuring more than 120 paintings spanning Monet's entire career. The monumental exhibition will focus on the celebrated French impressionist artist's enduring relationship with nature and his response to the varied and distinct places in which he worked. Denver will be the only North American destination for this exhibition. Your ticket to Monet includes general admission.


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Monet Anytime Access Tickets

A limited number of Anytime Access tickets will be available to members only during Monet. This ticket does not require a specific time slot reservation, so you may visit the exhibition at any time. Restrictions include: Only valid during exhibition hours, limit one time use, not valid during Member Preview hours, valid through January 24, 2020, a limit of two per member household, no refunds or exchanges and not valid during the following dates: Nov. 29   Dec. 1 and Dec. 26-29, 2019.

Monet Member Evenings

Enjoy Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature during these special member-only evenings every Tuesday during the month of January.

January 7
January 14
January 21
January 28

5 - 8 pm. Last ticket sold at 6:30 pm. Advance reservations recommended for member events. Ticketed with a member discount.

Monet Member Mornings

Members enjoy special member-only hours on select Saturday mornings. See Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature before the museum opens to the public.

Monet Member Tours

Enjoy docent-led tours of Monet every weekday at 1:00 pm and 1:30 pm. Tours are 90 minutes long. $5 in addition to exhibition ticket.

Monet: The Artist & His World




The Impressionists' Passion for Fashion Lecture by Gloria Groom

Lecture by Gloria Groom, Chair of European Painting and Sculpture at the Art Institute of Chicago.

By 1860, Paris was the style capital--as well as art capital--of the world. The fashion industry was booming. Off-the-rack clothing made new styles available to vast numbers of men and women, the department store was on the rise, and fashion magazines flew off the shelves. Impressionists and other modern artists were fascinated by the innovative, changeable qualities of the new fashion industry. For Manet, Monet, Renoir, and others, fashion was synonymous with modernity and whether they were fashioning the model or inspired by their models  fashions, la mode played a key role in the development of their art.  


Tickets will go on sale to Museum Friends on 12/18, members on 12/20, and the general public on 12/23.

Login instructions for Museum Friends can be found here.

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